“Patience is a virtue” is a quote that many of us have heard at some point in our lives, and being patient definitely paid off for this Montana mountain lion hunter!
Team Fate member Brittany Shaver, of Missoula, was all smiles the other day after bagging her first mountain lion! This was not just any mountain, as she and her crew had been searching for a cat like this one all season. Weighing in at a whopping 165 pounds and measuring eight feet, four inches long from nose to tail, any cat hunter would be excited about this tom!
Excellent work and congratulations, Brittany!
Brittany Shaver is a very happy mountain lion hunter!
Brittany Shaver and Justin Field, Team Fate Outdoors founder, pose for a picture with the cat they call “Melon Head”
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